Stomp Walk Cycle

This is an exercise submission on the exercise Stomp Walk Cycle

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    Wayne Dixon (waylow)

    Good work Chad!

    Here's a couple notes to push you further on this one.

    -when the feet are on the ground, they should move backwards at a linear pace (if the torso is going to be 'moving' forward and a even speed). But I can see that the feet slow down and speed up around the passing position.
    -also you can keep the toe stuck to the ground for 1 more frame as it is lifting off (by stuck I mean moving backwards at a linear speed)
    -One more very subtle thing is from the front view, as he raises up on the passing position (when he is stepping on his left foot), this jumps up faster than it does on the other side of the cycle in the same spot. I hope that makes sense.

    There's no frame counter so I did my best to point out where I was talking about.

    But really nice work here, well done.